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Re-Testing

Some different types of sexes are:

 
Choices Percentage Count
  Total 5
Straight, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transexual
20.00%
1
male female
20.00%
1
male, female, intersectual
20.00%
1
Male, Female, Intersexed
20.00%
1
male, female, forgot the third one, know the symbol though
20.00%
1

Some different types of gender are:

 
Choices Percentage Count
  Total 5
Male, female, transgender
20.00%
1
transgender fluid gender
20.00%
1
cisgender, transgender, intergender
20.00%
1
Cisgendered, Transgendered, Gender Fluid
20.00%
1
heterosexual, fluid, homosexual, lesbian, gay, polymoria
20.00%
1

The difference between sex and gender is:

 
Choices Percentage Count
  Total 5
Gender is comparable to body parts, while sex is comparable to life choice
20.00%
1
your sexual organs vs your sexual orientation
20.00%
1
sex is biological, gender is cultural
20.00%
1
Sex is biological. Gender is how one lives and expresses themselves.
20.00%
1
Sex refers to the sexual organs of a person and gender is the identifying orientation of the sex
20.00%
1

Some different types of attraction are:

 
Choices Percentage Count
  Total 5
Homosexual, heterosexual
40.00%
2
homo, hetero
20.00%
1
heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, pansexual
20.00%
1
Heterosexual, Bisexual, Homosexual
20.00%
1

The difference between sex and attraction are:

 
Choices Percentage Count
  Total 5
Sex is yourself, attraction is what you want
20.00%
1
sexual organs vs whom you are attracted to
20.00%
1
sex refers to physical traits, while attraction is sexual preference
20.00%
1
Sex is biological. Attraction is what sex(es) one is attracted to.
20.00%
1
sex is the way a person identifies as male female, etc and attraction is how the person experesses their sexuality
20.00%
1

Some different types of relationships are:

 
Choices Percentage Count
  Total 5
Friends, family
20.00%
1
male to female, female to female, male to male
20.00%
1
male & female companionship, polamorous
20.00%
1
Monogamous couple, Open couple, Polyamorous open relationships. Polyamorous closed relationships (Polyfidelity).
20.00%
1
polymoria, monogany
20.00%
1


Feedback

What was the game’s best feature, aspect, mechanic, etc.?

 
# Content Date
Total 5
6
I like the co-operative nature of the game. You can get to the end first and then switch roles to more of a support role. You could then farm and trade to help others get to the end.
4:40pm · 2015-11-07
5
The best feature of this game, based on it's assumed goal, is having to figure out the relationships between the players' sex, gender, and attraction cards.
4:01pm · 2015-11-07
4
The monsters and disasters seemed the best.
3:58pm · 2015-11-07
3
custom design pieces
3:46pm · 2015-11-07
2
I think that the best feature were the cards. I think they made people think about their own particular character, as well as their place within the tribe.
3:41pm · 2015-11-07

What was the game’s weakest feature, biggest drawback, etc.?

 
# Content Date
Total 5
6
I think the food acquisition was a bit too easy since we didn't encounter any disasters which would put the food supply in danger.
4:40pm · 2015-11-07
5
We figured out pretty quickly how to never have to fight a monster or suffer from a disaster.
4:01pm · 2015-11-07
4
The phase of the moon.
3:58pm · 2015-11-07
3
a lot of confusion in the beginning
3:46pm · 2015-11-07
2
I cannot think of one. I think that everything was structured perfectly.
3:41pm · 2015-11-07

If you were to suggest that one change be made to the game to improve social awareness, what would i

 
# Content Date
Total 5
6
I really couldn't think of any. maybe make monster encounters a bit more frequent to put the items to use.
4:40pm · 2015-11-07
5
No changes. I like that the game does not prevent any combination of sex, gender, and attraction from accomplishing any of the game's goals. Equality! I would be interested to see how differently the discussions during the game would be if it were played by homophobic or intolerant players.
4:01pm · 2015-11-07
4
Maybe have some interactions or cards that create conflict.
3:58pm · 2015-11-07
3
little less complex way to start
3:46pm · 2015-11-07
2
I think that instead of just explaining the cards while they are in play, that the cards need to tell a little more about what certain genders are (i.e., cisgender).
3:41pm · 2015-11-07

What were your first impressions versus your post impressions of playing the game?

 
# Content Date
Total 5
6
First impressions were that the game was professionally constructed and i didn't really know what to expect until i begin playing. I think the game caused you think and consider the differences in gender choices. Some of the companion matches made you think abou what gender your character identified with.
4:40pm · 2015-11-07
5
My first impressions were that the game had way too many rules. As we playing it, all the rules and procedures became more manageable.
4:01pm · 2015-11-07
4
I thought the game would be more competitive and have more chances for screw-ups. Once we got into it, though, it seemed really easy to win.
3:58pm · 2015-11-07
3
at first i was lost and a little confused as the cycles went on I understood it better
3:46pm · 2015-11-07
2
I didn't really know what to expect from the game. I had a really great time, and learned from the various players.
3:41pm · 2015-11-07

What are your thoughts after playing the game concerning Sex, Attraction, and Gender?

 
# Content Date
Total 5
6
Gender identification is more complicated than I initially thought. I had considered sex and gender roughly the same but the initial cards helped me differentiate those choices.
4:40pm · 2015-11-07
5
Each individual person has their own unique combination of sex, attraction, and gender, but none of these combinations make a person any less more or less valuable to society than any other combination.
4:01pm · 2015-11-07
4
It definitely showed me all of the variety and combinations of sex, attraction and gender.
3:58pm · 2015-11-07
3
their are a lot of different variants
3:46pm · 2015-11-07
2
I did not know about cisgender or fluid attractions.
3:41pm · 2015-11-07

Post-Assessment Report

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